Mothers Against Canada
When Terrance and Phillip: Asses of Fire was released on June 30th, 1999, it generated a firestorm of controversy from concerned liberal parents across the nation due to it's extreme violence, sexual themes but most importantly of all, extremely naughty and imitate-able language. Sheila Broflovski immediately and bravely blamed the film's country of origin and created a large protest organization, and after the unfortunate passing of Kenny McCormick as a result of the film, gained national attention and perceived credibility. Appointed Secretary of Offense by The President of the United States, she lead the nation into war against Canada. The group dissolved when Sharon Marsh and the other mothers realized all they had done was create more violence in the world.
- Every single female member of MAC was voiced by Mary Kay Bergman, the principal (almost sole) female voice actress in the first three seasons. She died shortly several months after the film's release and has since been replaced by multiple voice actresses.
- At the time the film was being produced (largely before and during the first few episodes of Season Three) only the main four's parents were really known to viewers, with the others being filled by background characters. It can be presumed (based on the children's actions) the other, later-introduced parents, like Linda Stotch, were also part of the organization even though they cannot be seen on-screen.